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Teslian, The (Tesla-International)
January, 1954

Tesla-International Vol. I, No. 2

Tesla-International
January, 1954
Vol. I, No. 2 & Bibliographical Supplement

A Bibliography of Tesliana which the writer has prepared during several years of research appears as a supplement to this issue of TESLA-INTERNATIONAL. Because of the length of the bibliography, this issue of the journal will be brief.

The bibliography is probably not completely comprehensive in its listing as may be observed by those knowing of obscure, un-indexed and unsyndicated works that may have been omitted. It is, however, quite inclusive in major entries and should be helpful to those not having access to such information.

As time goes on, other revised editions will be made to include entries not given in this first edition. For example, one item recently discovered (and not included in the first edition) is the following:

REAL HEROES (comic magazine)
October, 1946 - No. 16
“Prophet of Science - Nikola Tesla”

This biographical account has no particular importance in its factual content, but is mentioned for sake of completeness which any bibliographical reference must eventually attain to be thoroughly useful.

It is rather interesting to note that Tesla has broken into this popular medium of children's literature. Tesla, whose philosophy and achievements seemed earlier to be destined for selected and specialized works, is beginning to become more widely known through popular journals as time and understanding advance into a future era that he helped to create.

L. I. Anderson

ON ORGANIZATIONS

The TESLA-INTERNATIONAL is very young and as yet is lacking in membership to the extent that it might engage in special projects of interest to many members. Recently, the writer has received indirect indications of other work being initiated on behalf of Dr. Tesla, but has failed to receive any specific confirmation of such activity from any source.

It is quite possible that some other activity may have been initiated on behalf of Dr. Tesla, however it seems strange that no effort has been made to contact any members of the TESLA-INTERNATIONAL organization, many of whom have been associated quite prominently or intimately with Tesla's career. In the event that any readers receive word from other groups on behalf of Dr. Tesla, please forward this information to the TESLA-INTERNATIONAL organization.

To the successful accomplishment of the objectives of the TESLA-INTERNATIONAL organization, the writer believes that it would be desirable to join with any other similar groups, if they exist, and consolidate efforts that are mutually attractive. Opinions on the matter will be welcomed.

PHOTOGRAPHS AND ILLUSTRATIONS

Many who have examined literature concerning Dr. Tesla and his work have no doubt speculated about the present existence of the many photographic illustrations which were used. Through the years, original prints, negatives and plates have found their way into private collections and commercial photographic agencies. Some prints and negatives have, unfortunately, been lost or destroyed through accident and oversight. In point, the following incident was brought to light a few years ago:

Portrait photographs of Dr. Tesla which have appeared in various Journals often can be seen to bear the trademark of the photographer “Sarony,” 362 Fifth Avenue, New York. Sarony at one time had a very complete file on Dr. Tesla, including the last photographs made before his death. However, due to lack of storage space, Sarony was obliged to discard all their negatives and plates made prior to 1941. Before doing so, surviving families were notified and the plates and films were offered without charge. In many cases, the films and plates were called for. Those, which were not, were discarded. Unfortunately, Dr. Tesla's were in the latter group.

In order to avoid the repetition of such incidents, an effort will be made to catalog all the original negatives, plates and prints which are presently in existence.

Those desiring photographs concerning Dr. Tesla may obtain them directly from the TESLA-INTERNATIONAL organization, or, name and address of commercial photographic agency will be supplied if the particular illustration in question is the property of said agency.

THE NEXT ISSUE: -

The November, 1953, issue contained reproductions of two letters written by Dr. Tesla to one of his closest friends, Robert Underwood Johnson. An analysis of other letters from this collection will be given in succeeding issues.

TESLA-INTERNATIONAL
Journal of the TESLA-INTERNATIONAL organization
University Station Box 135
Minneapolis 14, Minnesota

IMPORTANT ANNOUNCEMENT

To: Members of the TESLA-INTERNATIONAL organization and those interested in the works of Dr. Nikola Tesla

One of the major objectives and obligations of the TESLA-INTERNATIONAL organization is to keep its members abreast of developments as related to Dr. Nikola Tesla, his life, and scientific achievements. Of recent interest are two commemorative observances which have been held in Europe in honor of Tesla. These observances were sponsored by the Technical Museum for Industry and Trade in Vienna, and were held as follows:

June 29, 1952:-
The erection and presentation of a bust of Nikola Tesla to the Technical Museum, and a commemorative gathering announcing the formation of an annual Tesla-Congress to be held in Vienna at the Technical Museum.

September 6-13, 1953:-
The first meeting of the annual Tesla-Congress on the 10th anniversary of Tesla's death. During this Tesla symposium many lectures of the highest academic order were presented, permeated by the great genius of Nikola Tesla.

As a record of these events, three publications are available:

  1. “Blatter fur Technikgeschichte” No. 14, annual report of the Technical Museum for Industry and Trade, covering the commemorative gathering on the occasion of the unveiling of Tesla's bust at the Technical Museum, June 29, 1952.
  2. “Blatter fur Technikgeschichte” No. 15, annual report of the Technical Museum for Industry and Trade, covering the first meeting of the annual Tesla-Congress on the 10th anniversary of Tesla's death.
  3. “Nikola Tesla-Kongress”; fur Wechsel- und Drehstromtechnik (A special issue of the “Blatter fur Technikgeschichte” series of the Technical Museum). Contains reprints of technical papers presented at the Tesla-Congress. 95 pages.

(All texts in German)

Those desiring copies of these publications may order them through the TESLA-INTERNATIONAL organization at the following rates:

Any single copy @ $2.25

Any two copies (specify), or quantity of two, $4.00

All three copies, or quantity of three, $5.65

Additional or extra copies, $1.50 ea.

 

Delivery of these publications will be approximately 1 1/2 - 2 months. Since they must be ordered abroad, it is requested that all orders be received no later than March 27th.

 

The third issue of the journal of the TESLA-INTERNATIONAL organization will be delayed three weeks pending investigation of various subjects.

 

* NOTE: Translations of the texts described in this bulletin will be attempted in the near future. Any members wishing to contribute these translations will please contact the TESLA-INTERNATIONAL organization.

 

 

TESLA-INTERNATIONAL
University Station, Box 135
MINNEAPOLIS • 14 • MINNESOTA

 

BIBLIOGRAPHY

Dr. Nikola Tesla (1856 - 1943)

 

This bibliography has the following diversions:

1. BOOKS and related works

2. UNITED STATES PATENTS issued to Dr. Nikola Tesla

3. PERIODICALS

4. NEWSPAPERS

 

(When use is made of this bibliography in the preparation of material for publication, acknowledgment to the TESLA-INTERNATIONAL organization is requested.)

 

First edition JAN 4 1954

 

BOOKS and related work

  1. Armstrong, James H.
    An Investigation of the Performance of a Modified Tesla Turbine. - A thesis presented to the faculty of the division of graduate studies Georgia Institute of Technology. In partial fulfillment of the requirements for the degree of Master of Science in mechanical engineering. June, 1952

  2. Behrend, Bernard A.
    The Induction Motor and other alternating current motors, their theory and principles of design.
    272 p. New York, 1921

  3. Belgrad. Institut Nikola Tesla.
    Statute with legal force for the foundation and organization of Nikola Tesla institute.
    18 p. Belgrade, The Nikola Tesla institute, 1939.

  4. Boksan, Slavko.
    Nikola Tesla und sein Werk; und die Entwichlung der Elektrotechnik, der Hochfequenz-und Hochspannungetechnik und der Radiotechnik.
    344 p., 79 figs.
    Leipzig - Wien - New York, Deutscher Verlag fur Jugend und Volk, 1932.

  5. Durio, Branko.
    The Life of Nikola Tesla.
    23 p.
    Library National University of Belgrade, 1929.

  6. Johnson, Robert Underwood.
    Remembered Yesterdays (with reminiscences of Tesla included).
    625 p.
    Little, Brown and Company,
    New York, 1923.

  7. Johnson, Robert Underwood
    Songs of Liberty and Other poems, including paraphrases from the Servian after translations by Nikola Tesla, with a prefatory note by him on Servian poetry.
    107 p.
    The Century Company, New York, 1897.

  8. Martin, Thomas Commerford.
    The Inventions, Researches and Writings of Nikola Tesla, with special reference to his work in polyphase currents and high potential lighting.
    496 p., 313 figs.
    The Electrical Engineer, New York, 1894.

  9. Martin, Thomas Commerford.
    Nikola Tesla's Untersuchungen uber Mehrphasenstrome und uber Wecheselstrome hoher Spannung und Fequenz. Authorized German edition, Translated by H. Maser.
    508 p., 313 figs.
    Halle, a. S., Wilhelm Knapp, 1895

  10. Thompson, Silvanus P.
    The Library or Electrical Science, Vol. VI. Polyphase Electric Currents and alternate-current motors, with a chapter on Electrical Communication With the Planets by Nikola Tesla.
    P. F. Collier & Son, N. Y., 1902.

  11. Nasa Posta.
    Revue Yugoslave des postes et telecommunications. Volume dedicated to the Jubiles of Nikola Tesla.
    275-336 p., illus.(port.)
    Belgrade, v. 100-1, 1932

  12. O'Neill, John Joseph.
    Prodigal Genius; The Life of Nikola Tesla.
    326 p.
    Ives Washburn, Inc., New York, 1944

  13. Stanoyevitoh, D. M.
    Nikola Tesla i njegova otkrica.
    340 p., 190 figs.
    edits a Belgrade, 1891

  14. Tesla, Nikola.
    Experiments with Alternate Currents of High Potential and High Frequency. A lecture delivered before the Institution of Electrical Engineers, London. With a portrait and biographical sketch of the author.
    146 p., front.(port.) illus.
    The W. J. Johnston Company, Ltd.,
    1892.

  15. Tesla, Nikola.
    Experiments with Alternate Currents of High Potential and High Frequency. A lecture delivered before the Institution of Electrical Engineers, London. With an appendix on The Transmission of Electric Energy Without Wires and a new portrait and biographical sketch of the author.
    162 p., front.(port.) illus.
    McGraw Publishing Co., N. Y., 1904.

  16. Tesla, Nikola.
    Zagreb, Tisak Nadbiskupake tiskare, 1929. (Includes several brief papers by various scientists referring to Tesla and his works.) Sonderabdruck aus dem Jahrbuche der Universitat in Zagreb. 1924-5,1928-9.

  17. Tesla, Nikola.
    Memorandum book on the Occasion of his 80th Birthday, Edition de la Societe pour la Foundation de l'Institut Nikola Tesla. Papers presented on scientific subjects and other collected works in seven languages which they were written.
    520 p., illus.
    Belgrade, 1936.

  18. Tesla, Nikola.
    Honorary booklet issued in connection with the unveiling of Tesla's bust, June 29, 1952, at the Technical Museum, Wien, Austria.
    26 p.
    Wien, Austria, 1952.

 

UNITED STATES PATENTS ISSUED TO DR. NIKOLA TESLA

  1. 334,823 - Jan. 26, 1886
    Commutator for Dynamo-Electric Machines

  2. 335,786 - Feb. 9, 1186
    Electric Arc Lamp

  3. 335,787 - Feb. 9, 1886
    Electric Arc Lamp

  4. 336,961 - Mar. 2, 1886
    Regulator for Dynamo-Electric Machines

  5. 336,962 - Mar. 2, 1886
    Regulator for Dynamo-Electric Machines

  6. 350,954 - May 11, 1886
    Regulator for Dynamo-Electric Machines

  7. 359,748 - Mar. 22, 1887
    Dynamo Electric Machine

  8. 381,968 - May 1, 1888
    Electro Magnetic Motor

  9. 381,969 - May 1, 1888
    Electric Magnetic Motor

  10. 381,970 - May 1, 1888
    System of Electrical Distribution

  11. 382,279 - May 1, 1888
    Electro Magnetic Motor

  12. 382,280 - May 1, 1888
    Electric Transmission of Power

  13. 382,281 - May 1, 1888
    Electric Transmission of Power

  14. 382,282 - May 1, 1888
    Converting and Distributing Electric Currents

  15. 382,845 - May 15, 1888
    Commutator for Dynamic Electric Machines

  16. 390,413 - Oct. 2, 1888
    System of Electrical Distribution

  17. 390,414 - Oct. 2, 1888
    Dynamo Electric Machine

  18. 390,415 - Oct. 2, 1888
    Dynamo Electric Machine

  19. 390,721 - Oct. 9, 1888
    Dynamo Electric Machine

  20. 390,820 - Oct. 9, 1888
    Regulator for Alternate Current

  21. 396,121 - Jan. 15, 1889
    Thermo-Magnetic Motor

  22. 401,520 - Apr. 16, 1889
    Electro Magnetic Motor

  23. 405,858 - June 25, 1889
    Electric Magnetic Motor

  24. 405,859 - June 25, 1889
    Electrical Power Transmission

  25. 406,968 - July 16, 1889
    Dynamic Electric Machine

  26. 413,353 - Oct. 22, 1889
    Obtaining Direct From Alternating Currents

  27. 416,191 - Dec. 3, 1889
    Electro Magnetic Motor

  28. 416,192 - Dec. 3, 1889
    Operating Electro Magnetic Motors

  29. 416,193 - Dec. 3, 1889
    Electro Magnetic Motor

  30. 416,194 - Dec. 3, 1889
    Electric Motor

  31. 416,195 - Dec. 3, 1889
    Electro Magnetic Motor

  32. 417,794 - Dec. 24, 1889
    Armature for Electric Machines

  33. 418,248 - Dec. 31, 1889
    Electro Magnetic Motor

  34. 424,036 - Mar. 25, 1890
    Electro Magnetic Machine

  35. 428,057 - May 13, 1890
    Pyro-Magnetic Electric Motor

  36. 433,700 - Aug. 5, 1890
    Alternating Current Electric Magnetic Motor

  37. 433,701 - Aug. 5, 1890
    Alternating Current Electro Magnetic Motor

  38. 433,702 - Aug. 5, 1890
    Electrical Transformer

  39. 433,703 - Aug. 5, 1890
    Electro Magnetic Motor

  40. 445,207 - Jan. 27, 1891
    Electro Magnetic Motor

  41. 447,920 - Mar. 10, 1891
    Operating Arc Lamps

  42. 447,921 - Mar. 10, 1891
    Alternating Electric Current

  43. 454,622 - June 23, 1891
    System of Electrical Lighting

  44. 455,067 - June 30, 1891
    Electro Magnetic Motor

  45. 455,068 - June 30, 1891
    Electrical Meter

  46. 455,069 - June 30, 1891
    Electric Incandescent Lamp

  47. 459,772 - Sept 22, 1891
    Electro Magnetic Motor

  48. 462,418 - Nov. 2, 1891
    Method & Apparatus for Electric Conversion & Distribution

  49. 464,666 - Dec. 8, 1891
    Electro Magnetic Motor

  50. 464,667 - Dec. 8, 1891
    Electrical Condenser

  51. 487,796 - Dec. 13, 1892
    System of Electrical Transmission

  52. 511,559 - Dec. 26, 1893
    Electrical Transmission of Power

  53. 511,560 - Dec. 26, 1893
    Electrical Transmission of Power

  54. 511,915 - Jan. 2, 1894
    Electrical Transmission of Power

  55. 511,916 - Jan. 2, 1894
    Electric Generator

  56. 512,340 - Jan. 9, 1894
    Coil for Electro Magnets

  57. 514,167 - Feb. 6, 1894
    Electric Conductor

  58. 514,168 - Feb. 6, 1894
    Means for Generating Electric Currents

  59. 514,169 - Feb. 6, 1894
    Reciprocating Engine

  60. 514,170 - Feb. 6, 1894
    Incandescent Electric Light

  61. 514,972 - Feb. 20, 1894
    Electric Railway System

  62. 514,973 - Feb. 20, 1894
    Electric Meter

  63. 517,900 - Apr. 10, 1894
    Steam Engine

  64. 524,426 - Aug. 14, 1894
    Electric Magnetic Motor

  65. 555,190 - Feb. 25, 1896
    Alternating Motor

  66. 567,818 - Sept 15, 1896
    Electrical Condenser

  67. 568,176 - Sept 22, 1896
    Apparatus for Producing Electrical Currents

  68. 568,177 - Sept 22, 1896
    Apparatus for Producing Ozone

  69. 568,178 - Sept 22, 1896
    Regulating Apparatus for Producing Currents of High Frequency

  70. 568,179 - Sept 22, 1896
    Apparatus for Producing Currents of High Frequency

  71. 568,180 - Sept 22, 1896
    Apparatus for Producing Currents of High Frequency

  72. 577,670 - Feb. 23, 1897
    Apparatus for Producing Electrical Currents of High Frequency

  73. 577,671 - Feb. 23, 1897
    Manufacture of Electric Condensers

  74. 583,953 - June 8, 1897
    Apparatus for Producing Currents of High Frequency

  75. 593,138 - Nov. 2, 1897
    Electrical Transmission

  76. 609,245 - Aug. 16, 1898
    Electrical Circuit Controller

  77. 609,246 - Aug. 16, 1898
    Electrical Circuit Controller

  78. 609,247 - Aug. 16, 1898
    Electrical Circuit Controller

  79. 609,248 - Aug. 16, 1898
    Electrical Circuit Controller

  80. 609,249 - Aug. 16, 1898
    Electrical Circuit Controller

  81. 609,250 - Aug. 16, 1898
    Electrical Igniter for Gas Engines

  82. 609,251 - Aug. 16, 1898
    Electrical Circuit Controller

  83. 611,719 - Oct. 4, 1898
    Electrical Circuit Controller

  84. 613,735 - Nov. 8, 1898
    Electrical Circuit Controller

  85. 613,809 - Nov. 8, 1896
    Method & Apparatus for Controlling Mechanism of Moving Vessel or Vehicles

  86. 645,576 - Mar. 20, 1900
    System of Transmission of Electrical Energy

  87. 649,621 - Mal 15, 1900
    Apparatus for Transmission of Electrical Energy

  88. 655,838 - Aug. 14, 1900
    Insulating Electrical Conductors

  89. 11,865 (re-issue) - Oct. 23, 1900
    Insulating Electrical Conductors

  90. 685,012 - Oct. 22, 1901
    Means for Increasing the Intensity of Electrical Oscillations

  91. 685,953 - Nov. 5, 1901
    Intensifying and Utilizing Effects Transmitted Through Natural Media

  92. 685,954 - Nov. 5, 1901
    Method of Utilizing Effects Transmitted Through Natural Media

  93. 685,955 - Nov. 5, 1901
    Apparatus for Utilizing Effects Transmitted from a Distance to a Receiving Device Through Natural Media

  94. 685,956 - Nov. 5, 1901
    Apparatus for Utilizing Effects Transmitted Through Natural Media

  95. 685,957 - Nov. 5, 1901
    Apparatus for the Utilization of Radiant Energy

  96. 685,958 - Nov. 5, 1901
    Method of Utilizing Radiant Energy

  97. 723,188 - Mar. 17, 1903
    Signaling

  98. 725,605 - Apr. 14, 1903
    System of Signaling

  99. 787,412 - Apr. 18, 1905
    Transmitting Electrical Energy Through the Natural Mediums

  100. 1,061,142 - May 6, 1913
    Fluid Propulsion

  101. 1,061,206 - May 6, 1913
    Turbine

  102. 1,113,716 - Oct, 13. 1914
    Fountain

  103. 1,119,732 - Dec. 1, 1914
    Apparatus for Transmitting Electrical Energy

  104. 1,209,359 - Dec. 19, 1916
    Speed Indicator

  105. 1,266,175 - May 14, 1918
    Lightning Protector

  106. 1,274,816 - Aug. 6, 1918
    Speed Indicator

  107. 1,314,718 - Sept 2, 1919
    Ship's Log

  108. 1,329,559 - Feb. 3, 1920
    Valvular Conduit

  109. 1,365,547 - Jan. 11, 1921
    Flow Meter

  110. 1,402,025 - Jan 3, 1922
    Frequency Meter

  111. 1,655.113 - Jan. 3, 1928
    Aerial Transportation

  112. 1,655,114 - Jon. J. 1928
    Apparatus for Aerial Transportation

 

PERIODICALS

AMERICAN

April, 1921 p.13,60
Making Your Imagination Work For You by M. K. Wisehart

BOOK NEWS

1894
Nikola Tesla - Portrait

CASSIER'S MAGAZINE

March, 1897
Tesla on the Age of Electricity

CENTURY

February, 1894 p. 582-585
Nikola Tesla by Thomas Commerford Martin

May, 1894 p. 130-133
Zmai Iovan Iovanovich, the Chief Servian Poet. Paraphrases from the Servian by Nikola Tesla

April, 1895 p. 916-933,
Tesla's Oscillator and Other Inventions

June, 1900 p. 175-211
The Problem of Increasing Human Energy by Nikola Tesla

p. 312-313
Editorial Comment on Tesla's Work

CHATAUQUAN

July, 1897 p. 380
Nikola Tesla the Electrician by Charles Barnard

CHEMICAL AND ENGINEERING NEWS

January 25, 1943
Notice of Tesla's Death

CITIZEN

August 22, 1897
Nikola Tesla by Franklin Chester

COLLIER'S

December 2, 1916 p.8
Wonders of the Future

January 30, 1926
When Woman is Boss; Interview with Tesla

September 23, 1950 p.8
Biographical Sketch of Tesla

CRAFTSMAN

November, 1915 p. 160
Nikola Tesla, Portrait

CURRENT BIOGRAPHY

1943 p. 758
Obituary

CURRENT LITERATURE

March, 1900 p. 222
Personality of Tesla by J. Hawthorne

March, 1901 p. 359-360
Talking With Planets

CURRENT OPINION

May, 1894 p. 701-702
Light and Power by Wireless

ELECTRICAL AGE

February, 1903
Nikola Tesla, His Work and Unfulfilled Promises

ELECTRICAL ENGINEER (of London)

August 10, 1900
Some Novel Inventions of Nikola Tesla by J. Wright

ELECTRICAL ENGINEER (of New York)

February 4, 1891 p. 130-131
New Tesla Alternating Current Motor

March 18, 1891 p. 336-337
Experiments with Alternating Currents of High Frequency
(see also Electrical World, March 21, 1891, p. 223-224)

p. 338-340
Tesla Alternating Current Generator for High Frequency, in Detail

May 6, 1891 p. 517
An Electrolytic Clock by Nikola Tesla

p. 522
Alternate Current Electro-Static Induction Apparatus

May 27, 1891 p. 597
Description of Lecture Given at Columbia College by Tesla.

p. 598
The Tesla Experiments

July 1, 1891 p. 9
Tesla's System of Electric Lighting with Currents of High Frequency

p. 14-15
Electric Discharge in Vacuum Tubes

July 8, 1891 p. 32-33
Review of Tesla's Lecture

p. 35-48
Experiments with Alternate Currents of Very High Frequency, and their Application to Methods of Artificial Illumination. (Tesla's lecture given at Columbia College)

July 15, 1891 p. 58-59
Tesla's Method of Operating Alternating Current Motors with Condensers

July 22, 1891 p. 86
Tesla's Electrolytic Meter

August 26, 1891 p. 233
Electric Discharge in Vacuum Tubes

September 2, 1891 p. 258-260
Notes on a Unipolar Dynamo

December 23, 1891 p. 697
Massage with Currents of High Frequency

February 10, 1892 p. 139
Mr. Tesla Before the London Institution of Electrical Engineers and the Royal Institution

February 17, 1892 p. 163
Mr. Tesla's Latest Work

March 9, 1892 p. 243-244
The Tesla Multiphase Current Motors by Albert Schmid

April 27, 1892 p. 439
Regarding Death of Tesla's Mother

August 31, 1892 p. 202
Personal - Nikola Tesla
Regarding Death of Tesla's Mother'

December 21, 1892 p. 587-586
On the Dissipation of the Electrical Energy of the Hertz Resonator by Nikola Tesla

p. 607
Tesla's System of Multiphase Distribution (a short note on patent infringement and exploitation)

January 11, 1893 p. 35
Tesla's High Frequency Work

Alternate Currents of High Potential and High Frequency (a lecture delivered before the Royal Institution of Great Britain, February 4, 1892)
Jan. 11, 1893 Part I p. 42-44
Jan. 18, II 65-66
Jan. 25, III 88-90

February 1, 1893 p. 122
The Physiological and Other Effects of High Frequency Currents by Nikola Tesla

March 8, 1893 p. 248-249
Description of Tesla's Lecture in St. Louis

May 31, 1893 p. 521-522
Mr. Tesla's Latest Work
Text of Tesla's St. Louis Lecture
May 31, 1893 Part I p. 531-536
June 7, 1893 II 553-558
June 14, 1893 III 579-582
June 21, 1893 IV 603-605
June 28, 1893 V 626-627

June 7, 1893 p. 562
Tesla Polyphase Patent Infringement

August 30, 1893 p. 208
Mr. Tesla's Lecture on Mechanical and Electrical Oscillators

November 8, 1893 p. 402
The Tesla Electrical Oscillator

p. 408
Comment on Tesla Oscillators

November 29, 1893 p. 466-468
Tesla's Personal Exhibit at the World's Fair

January 3, 1894 p. 4-5
Tesla Motors Operated from Single Phase Two-wire Alternating Circuits

January 10, 1894 p. 21
The Tesla Electrical Oscillator

p. 30
The Tesla Electrical Oscillator - review

January 31, 1894 p. 87
The Tesla Condenser Magnet

February 14, 1894 p. 133
The Tesla High Potential Conductor
&
Tesla's Automatic Fluid Interrupter for Producing High Frequency Currents

October 3, 1894 p. 278-279
An Evening in Tesla's Laboratory - a visit of the American Electro-Therapeutic Assn. to witness some experiments

February 13, 1895 p. 149
Nikola Tesla Company

March 20, 1895 p. 275
Destruction of the Tesla Laboratory by Fire

April 3, 1895 p. 301-304
Stages and Types of the Tesla Oscillator

p. 311
The Practical Tesla Oscillator

May 29, 1895 p. 499
Notice of publication of German translation of "The Inventions, Researches and Writings of Nikola Tesla" by Thomas Commerford Martin

Vol. 20. 1895
Tesla Patents in Litigation:

p. 48
Notice

p. 267
Tesla Patents

p. 387
Tesla Polyphase Patents

January 8, 1896 p. 52
Tesla on Electricity Without Wires (from the New York Herald of December 31, 1895)

January 6, 1897 p. 35
The Tesla Patents Revoked in Germany

February 3, 1897 p. 140
Mr. Tesla on the Future of Electricity - editorial on Buffalo address

February, 10, 1897
Mr. Tesla's Patents Revoked in Germany

p. 163
Mr. Tesla as a Bug Killer

February 24, 1897 p, 224
Tesla on Long Life and Sleep

March 3, 1897 p. 239
A New Tesla High Frequency Generator

April 14, 1897 p. 398
Mr. Tesla on Roentgen Rays

p. 400-401
Mr. Tesla Before the New York Academy of Science

May 12, 1897 p. 504-505
Mr. Tesla on X-Ray Burns

August 5, 1897 p. 119
Tesla Electrifies the Earth (from the N. Y. Journal of Aug. 4)

August 19, 1897 p. 164
On the Source of Roentgen Rays and the Practical Construction and safe Operation of Lenard Tubes

October 4, 1897 p. 359
Mr. Tesla on High Speed Electric Railroading

November 11, 1897 p. 452-453
Tesla's High Potential Transformer

August 25, 1898 p. 180-182
Tesla Circuit Controllers for Obtaining Oscillatory Currents of High Frequency

November 17, 1898 p. 477-481
High Frequency Oscillators for Electro-therapeutic and Other Purposes by Nikola Tesla (read at the meeting of Electrotherapeutic Ass'n., Buffalo, N.Y., September 13-15, 1898)

p. 486-487
Mr. Tesla and the Czar

November 24, 1898 p. 514-515
Mr. Tesla to His Friends & His Friends to Mr. Tesla

December 29, 1898 p. 643
Tesla Polyphase Patents Declared Invalid in Germany

February 23, 1899 p. 225
Mr. Tesla's New Theory of Artificial Light

ELECTRICAL ENGINEER of New York merged with ELECTRICAL WORLD, 1899.

ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING

May, 1934 p. 817
Nikola Tesla
Edison Medalist 1916

February, 1943 p. 76
Obituary

August, 1943 p. 351-357
Nikola Tesla's Achievements in the Electrical Art:
I - Tesla's Contribution to Electric Power by Charles F. Scott
II - Tesla's Contribution to High Frequency by L. P. Wheeler
III - Addenda

ELECTRICAL EXPERIMENTER

Jun, 1915 p. 39, 45
An Interview With Nikola Tesla, Electrical Wizard by Samuel Cohen

March, 1916 p. 614-5,663
The Tesla High Frequency Oscillator by H. Winfield Secor
(Cover Illustration)

June, 1916 p. 88-9,136-7
Tesla's Early Work With Radio Controlled Vessels

November 1916 p. 474-5,533
Lightning Made to Order by Samuel Cohen

February, 1917 p. 712-3,777
Dr. Nikola Tesla and His Achievements by Samuel Cohen
(Portrait Photo Supplement)

April, 1917 p. 878
A Novel Tesla Electric Clock

September, 1917 p. 293
U.S. Blows Up Tesla Radio Tower

October, 1918
Tesla Has New Pointless Lightning Rods

January, 1919 p. 614-5,657
Nikola Tesla and His Achievements by Hugo Gernsback

p. 627,658
The Effect of Statics on Wireless Transmission by Nikola Tesla

February, 1919 p. 692-4,728-
Famous Scientific Illusions by Nikola Tesla (see also New York Tribune, January 26. 1919)

p.696-7,743-
My Inventions; 1. My Early Life by Nikola Tesla

March, 1919 p. 774-5,808
Tesla's Egg of Columbus

p. 776-7,839-
My Inventions; 2. My First Efforts in Invention by Nikola Tesla

p. 788
Letter to Mr. Tesla from J. Harris Rogers of "The Rogers Underground Wireless" fame.

April, 1919 p. 864-5,905-
My Inventions; 3. My Later Endeavors: The Discovery of the Rotating Magnetic Field by Nikola Tesla

p. 866,892
The Moon's Rotation by Nikola Tesla (see N.Y. Tribune of February 23, 1919)

p. 885
Science in Slang - Reference to Doc "Nick" Tesla

p. 909,914
Tesla on High Frequency Generators (an answer to Mr. J. Harris Rogers' letter in previous issue)

May, 1919 p. 12
Three Famous Scientist's Views on Thought Transmission by Tesla

p. 16-7,64-
My Inventions; 4. The Discovery of the Tesla Coil and Transformer by Nikola Tesla

p. 28-30,61-
The True Wireless by Nikola Tesla

June, 1919 p. 112-3,148-
My Inventions; 5. The Magnifying Transmitter by Nikola Tesla

p. 132-3,156-
The Moon's Rotation by Nikola Tesla

p. 134,179-
Tesla Bulbs

July, 1919 p. 228-9,259-
Electrical Oscillators by Nikola Tesla

October, 1919 p. 506-8,550-
My Inventions; 6. The Art of Telautomatics by Nikola Tesla

p. 591-592
Can Radio Ignite Balloons? What Nikola Tesla Says

ELECTRICAL REVIEW (of London)

February 20, 1891 p. 237-8
New Tesla Alternating Motor

April 3, 1891 p. 446
Letter from Tesla

June 5, 1891 p. 723
Tesla's Experiments with Alternating Currents of High Frequency

July 17, 1891 p. 69-70
Tesla's System of Electric Lighting with Currents of High Frequency
(see also Electrical Engineer of New York, May 27, 1891)

p. 73-75
Electric Discharge in Vacuum Tubes by Nikola Tesla
(see also Electrical Engineer of New York, July 1, 1891)

July 24, 1891
Experiments With Alternate Currents of Very High Frequency and Their Application to Methods of Artificial Illumination
July 24, 1891 Editorial p. 93-4
Part I 103-108
July 31, 1891 II 147-151
Aug. 7, 1891 III 176-179

August 14, 1891 p. 186
Tesla's Electrolytic Meter

p. 193
Tesla's Idiomatic Statements

January 8, 1892 p. 36
"Massage" with Currents of High Frequency (see also Electrical Engineer of New York, Dec. 23, 1891)

January 22, 1892 p. 104
Progress of Mr. Tesla's High Frequency Work

January 29, 1892 p. 134
Mr. Tesla's Lecture to the Institution of Electrical Engineers

February 12, 1892 p. 184-185
Nikola Tesla

p. 192
Mr. Tesla's Lecture

February 19, 1892 p. 239
Mr. Tesla and the Drehstrom System

February 26, 1892 p. 262
Mr. Tesla in a new Guise

April 8, 1892 p. 443-444
The Tesla Multiphase Current Motors by Albert Schmid
(see also Electrical Engineer of New York, March 9, 1892)

May 27, 1892 p. 658
Tesla's Lecture in London

March 24, 1893 p. 358-359
The Tesla Lecture at St. Louis

June 9, 1893 -
On Light and Other High Frequency Phenomena
June 9, 1893 p. 682-684
16, 714-716
acknowledgment 720
23, 755-757
July 7, 22-24
14, 51-53
21, 81-83
28, 110-111
Aug. 11, 153-154
18, 192-193

October 6, 1893 p. 359
Mr. Tesla's Lecture at the Congress

December 29, 1893 p. 690
The Tesla Oscillator

p. 700
Tesla Engine

January 19, 1894 p. 61-63
The Tesla Electrical Oscillator (See also Electrical Engineer of New York, August 30, 1893)

March 9, 1894 p. 291
The Tesla High Potential Conductor (see a1so Electrical Engineer of New York, February 14, 1894)

March 15, 1895 p. 329
Mr. Tesla's Works Destroyed by Fire

May 24, 1895 p. 652
The Burning of Tesla's Laboratory

July 26, 1895 p. 106
The Critical Condition of Tesla

October 11, 1895 p. 460
The Tesla Patents in France

May 29, 1896 p. 697
Nikola Tesla - announcement regarding vacuum tube lighting

August 14, 1896 p. 193
Nikola Tesla and Matrimony

August 21, 1896 p. 225-226
Nikola Tesla at Niagara Falls

April 16, 1897 p. 521
A New Tesla Continuous High Frequency Generator (see also Electrical Engineer of New York, March 3, 1897)

May 7, 1897 p. 626
Mr. Tesla on X-Rays

June 25, 1897 p. 888
Tesla's Transmission Without Wires

February 18, 1898 p. 206
Tesla's Latest Advances in Vacuum Tube Lighting

November 11, 1898 p. 709-711
Tesla's System of Electric Power Transmission Through Natural Media

December 9, 1898 p. 871
More Tesla Marvels - (see also New York Herald-Tribune, November 13, 1898 on "Tesla's Recent Invention in Wireless Transmission of Power")

December 16, 1898 p. 908
Tesla and His Critics (comment on Tesla's letter to the Electrical Engineer of New York)

January 20, 1899 p. 96
Tesla polyphase Patents Declared Invalid in Germany

April 21, 1899 p. 653
Tesla on the Wehnelt Interrupter (comment on article in the Electrical Review of New York for March 15, 1899)

May 5, 1899 p. 730-733
Tesla's High Potential and High Frequency Work

June 22, 1900 p. 1079
Tesla on Energy by T. H. Muras

August 31, 1900 p. 334-335
Tesla's Latest Marvel

June 17, 1904 p. 1003
Tesla in the "Daily Mail"

May 26, 1905 p. 861
News of Tesla

December 3, 1943 p. 743
Life and Work of Tesla - Commerative Lecture before the Institute of Electrical Engineers (Editorial p. 730)

ELECTRICAL REVIEW (of New York)

January 10, 1894
The Tesla Electrical Oscillator (see also Electrical Engineer of New York, January 10, 1894)

March 21, 1894
The Tesla A.C. Meter

July 25, 1894 p. 42
Article by Arthur Brisbane concerning Tesla

March 20, 1895 p. 145
Tesla's Laboratory Burned

p. 148
Editorial

April 3, 1895 p. 172-173
Nikola Tesla's Lost Apparatus (Photos of Oscillators taken previous to destruction by fire)

June 5, 1895 p. 303
The Burning of Tesla's Laboratory

August 7, 1895 p. 77
Critical Comments of Mr. Tesla by Mrs. Broomfield

September 18, 1895 p. 167
The Tesla Multiphase System

March 11, 1896 p. 48-49
Tesla's Startling Results in Radiography at Great Distances through Considerable Thickness of Substances by Nikola Tesla

March 18, 1896 p. 146-147
Tesla's Latest Results (in X-Rays) by Nikola Tesla

April 1, 1896 p. 171,174
Tesla on Reflected Roentgen Rays

April 8, 1896 p. 180
Comments by others on Tesla's results in Roentgen Radiations

p. 183,186
Tesla on Roentgen Radiations

April 22, 1896 p. 206,211
Tesla's Latest Roentgen Investigations

May 20, 1896 p. 262-263
Tesla's Important Advances. His Remarkable Achievements in Vacuum Tube Lighting

July 8, 1896 p. 13
Tesla Describes an interesting feature of the X-Ray Radiation

August 12, 1896 p. 78
Editorial on Tesla's Work

p. 78-79, 83
Roentgen Rays or Streams

September 23, 1896 p. 150-151
Tesla's Electrical Condenser (patent issued September 15, 1896)

September 30, 1896 p. 158-159
Tesla's Electrical Oscillators

December 2, 1896 p. 276
Editorial on Tesla's Work

p. 277, X
Tesla on Roentgen Streams

January 27, 1897 p. 46-47
Tesla on Electricity (His address in full on the occasion of the commeration of the introduction of Niagara Falls power in Buffalo at the Elliot Club, January 12, l897)

March 3, 1897
Tesla's Improved Condensers and Induction Coils (abstract of patent granted February 23, 1897)

April 14, 1897 p. 175
The New York Academy of Science: An Interesting Electrical Exhibition - address by Nikola Tesla announcing recent achievements

May 5, 1897 p. 207,211,X
Tesla on the Hurtful Actions of Lenard and Roentgen Tubes

June 9, 1897 p. 127
Tesla's Wireless Telegram (see “Prodigal Genius - The Life of NiKola Tesla” by John J. O'Neill, p. 125)

August 11, 1897 p. 66
Editorial on Tesla's Work

p. 67,71
Tesla on the Source of Roentgen Rays and the Practical Construction and Safe Operation of Lenard Tubes

p. X
Tesla's System of Energy Transmission to a Distance Without Wires

December 29, 1897 p. 8-9
Wireless Telegraph - Letter dated October 29, 1897 from A.A.C. Swinton of the Electrical Review of London calling attention to Tesla's Original Wireless Work

January 5, 1898 p. 8-9
Tesla's Latest Advances in Vacuum Tube Lighting

March 9, 1898 p. 152
Photographs by Vacuum Tube Lighting

October 19, 1898 p. 246-247
Improved Circuit Controller for Vacuum Tube Lighting and Other Purposes

October 26, 1898 p. 257
Tesla's System of Electric Power Transmission Through Natural Media (Large Photo Supplement)

p. 262
Editorial on Power Transmission

November 2, 1898 p. 279
Tesla's Aerial Power Transmission by Professor John Trowbridge

November 9, 1898 p. 294
Editorial on Tesla's Latest Invention

p. 298
Tesla's Latest Invention - the Telautomaton

November 16, 1898 p. 305-308,312
Tesla's Latest Invention - the Telautomaton

p. 310
Editorial

November 23, 1898 p. 327
Letter from Tesla regarding advance publication of his lecture in the Electrical Engineer of New York

p. 328-329
Transmission Through Air Without Wires by Professor John Trowbridge (see also article of November 2nd)

November 30, 1898 p. 343
An Inquiry about Tesla's Electrically Controlled Vessel

p. 344-345
An Analysis of Tesla's Work

December 7, 1896 p. 359
Tesla replying to inquiry regarding interference of signals from unwanted sources

p. 365
The Genius of Destruction by Marcel Huart of Paris

March 15, 1899 p. 167
Tesla on Current Interrupters

March 29, 1899 p. 193-197,204
Some Experiments in Tesla's Laboratory With Currents of High Potential and High Frequency

September 19, 1900 p. 273
Editorial on the Tesla Polyphase Patents

p. 288-291
The Tesla Patents

May 26, 1917 p. 879-882
Award of Edison Medal to Nikola Tesla

ELECTRICAL WORLD

June 2, 1888 p. 281~283
A New System of Alternate Current Motors and Transformers by Nikola Tesla

February 1, 1890 p. 77
The Hercules Mining Machine and Tesla Motor

February 15, 1890 p. 106
Electrical World Portraits - Nikola Tesla

March 8, 1890 p. 181-182
Patent Law and What Constitutes Invention

August 16, 1890 p. 101-102
Some New Types of Alternating Current Motors

p. 102
The Tesla Transformer

February 21, 1891 p. 128-130
Phenomena of Alternating Currents of Very High Frequency

Debate between Elihu Thomson and Nikola Tesla:
Thomson: March 14, 1891 p. 204
Tesla: March 21, 1891 p. 223
Thomson: April 4, 1891 p. 254
Tesla: April 11, 1891 p. 272

May 16, 1891 p. 357
Technical description of theory of Tesla motors

July 11, 1891 p. 19-27
Experiments With Alternating Currents of Very High Frequency and their Application to Methods of Artificial Illumination

November 7, 1891
Article by C.E.L. Brown crediting Tesla with the three-phase power system

December 26, 1891
Article by Dr. Michael I. Pupin crediting Tesla with the three-phase power system

February 6, 1892 p. 84-85
Mr. Tesla and the Drehstrom Patent

February 13, 1892 p. 109
Tesla's Experiments and What They May Lead To

March 26, 1892 p. 211-213
Tesla's Experiments With Alternating Currents of High Frequency by E. Raverot

May 7, 1892 p. 311-322
Experiments with Alternating Currents of High Potential and High Frequency by Nikola Tesla (a lecture delivered before the Institution of Electrical Engineers in London, February 3, 1892)

October 8, 1892 p. 222
The Drehstrom Patent by Nikola Tesla

January 21, 1893 p. 50
The Ewing High Frequency Alternator and Parsons Steam Turbine by Nikola Tesla

April 15, 1893 p. 273
Ferraris versus Tesla

April 29, 1893 p. 323-324
Nikola Tesla and His Wonderful Discoveries (from the New York Herald of April 23, 1893)

June 3, 1893 p. 407-417
On Light and Other High Frequency Phenomena

June 10, 1893 p. 423
Review of Tesla's Lecture

September 2, 1893 p. 175-176
Tesla's Lecture on Mechanical and Electrical Oscillators

December 9, 1893 p. 444-446
Meeting of the New York Electrical Society - description of talk given by Tesla

Apr1l 14, 1894 p. 496-498
Nikola Tesla and His Work by Lieut. F. Jarvis Patten

August 4, 1894 p. 97
Nikola Tesla - after an article in the World of July 22nd by Arthur Brisbane

September 1, 1894 p. 198
Tesla Currents with Simple Apparatus by H. M. Martin and W. H. Palmer Jr.

September 15, 1894 p. 258-259
Tesla Currents with Simple Apparatus by H. M. Martin and W. H. Palmer Jr.

March 28, 1896 p. 343-344
Roentgen Rays - by Nikola Tesla (review of articles in Electrical Review of New York for March 11th and March 18th)

April 4, 1896 p. 369
Is Tesla to Signal the Stars?

April 18, 1896 p. 437
Roentgen Rays - by Nikola Tesla (review of article in Electrical Review of New York for April 1st)

May 2, 1896
Roentgen Ray Investigations by Nikola Tesla (review of article in Electrical Review of New York for April 22nd)

August 20, 1898 p. 181-184
Mr. Tesla's Circuit Interrupters

November 5, 1898 p. 466
Boundless Space a Bus-Bar by Nikola Tesla

November 19, 1898 p. 527
Mr. Tesla's Application of Hertz Wave Transmission

November 26, 1898 p. 552
Mr. Tesla's Paper Before the Electro-Therapeutic Society (repremanding letter to the editor of the Electric Engineer of New York for advance publication)

March 31, 1900 p. 477
A Tesla Patent (No. 645,576 on the Wireless Transmission of Energy)

May 26, 1900 p. 792
A Tesla Patent (No. 649,621 on Apparatus for Transmission of Electrical Energy)

January 5, 1901 p. 48
Teslaic Telegraphy

February 2, 1901
Another Tesla Discovery

September 28, 1901 p. 509-510
Mr. Tesla at Wardenclyffe, Long Island

April 26, 1902 p. 734
Tesla Patent Decision

May 17, 1902 p. 871
Tesla Patent Decision

June 7, 1902 P 1017
Tesla Patent Decision

September 27, 1902 p. 499-500
A New Tesla Laboratory on Long Island

March 5, 1904 p. 429-431
The Transmission of Electric Energy Without Wires by Nikola Tesla (supplement Tesla portrait)

February 6, 1904 p. 256
A Striking Tesla Manifesto (a review of four-page brochure issued the week of February 6, 1904 in a large square envelope bearing a large red seal with the initials “N.T.” stamped)

February 20, 1904 p. 355
Tesla Patent Decision

March 19, 1904 p. 548
Tesla's Split Phase Motor Patent Decision

Apr1l 2, 1904 p. 634
Tesla Split Phase Motor Patent Decision

May 21, 1904 p. 940
Tesla on the Patent Office

September 17, 1904 p. 454
Sustaning Tesla Patent on Appeal

December 3, 1904 p. 926
Supreme Court Action on Tesla Split Phase Patents

January 7, 1905 p. 21-24
The Transmission of Electrical Energy Without Wires as a Means of Furthering Peace by Nikola Tesla

April 29, 1905 p. 789-790
Tesla Patent on Wireless Transmission of Electrical Signals

May 6, 1905 p. 828
Tesla and the Polyphase Patents by B. A. Behrend
The Expiration of the Tesla Patents by William Stanley
p. 828-829
Polyphase Patents

July 22, 1905 p. 130
Tesla on the Peary North Pole Expedition (from article in the New York Sun of July 16, 1905)

February 17, 1906 p. 357
Tesla Split-Phase Patent Litigation

June 29, 1907 p. 1294
A Letter from Tesla - discusses his own achievements and the false claims of Bell and Edison. (appears also in the New York Times for June 23, 1907)

July 13, 1907 p. 95
A Reply to Tesla's Letter

May 27, 1909 p. 1263
Announcement of the Tesla Propulsion Company

December 9, 1909 p. 1406-1407
Tesla on Wireless Electric Power

May 19, 1917 p. 953-954, 980-981
Award of Edison Medal to Tesla

January 16, 1943 p. 143
Biographical Sketch

ELECTRICIAN

June 15, 1888 p. 165-
Description by Tesla of the Induction Motor

December 3, 1943 p. 563-566
Life and Work of Tesla

ELECTRICITY

May 18, 1892-
Experiments with Alternate Currents of High Potential and High Frequency
May 18, 1892 p. 210-212
25, 227-228
June 1, 235-236
8, 249-251
15, 269-270
22, 283-284
29, 295-296
July 6, 305,307-308

May 31, 1893-
On Light and other High Frequency Phenomena
May 31, 1893 p. 270-271
June 7, 286-288
14, 301-303
21, 315-317,319
28, 327-329
July 5, 343-346
12, 357,358

November 7, 1894 p. 202
Tesla Theory as Illustrated in the Daily Press

December 12, 1894 p. 256
Tesla on the National School

April 3, 1895
The Tesla Oscillators

September 11, 1895 p. 117
Westinghouse Circular Regarding the Tesla Patents

January 8, 1896 p. 337
The New Tesla Railway Motor

January 17, 1900 p. 25
Tesla to Telegraph from New York to Paris Without Wires

April 9, 1902 p. 190-192
Tesla versus Marconi (Professor A. Slaby acknowledges Tesla as the "Father of the Wireless)

September 14, 1904 p. 151
Tesla Patents Upheld - Westinghouse versus Stanley Instrument Company

November 30, 1904 p. 304-305
Tesla's Caustic Letter (article from the New York Sun of November 27, 1904)

ELECTRONICS

February, 1943 p. 162
Biographical Sketch

ENGINEER (London)

December 3, 1943 p. 447-448
Life and work of Nikola Tesla by A.P.M. Fleming

ENGINEERING

April 16, 1915 p. 423-
Theory of the Tesla Turbine

January 15. 1943 p. 54-55
Obituary

January 29, 1943 p. 96
Correspondence

ENGINEERING MAGAZINE

1894 p. 779
Nikola Tesla by N. W. Perry

1895 p. 101
Burning of Tesla's Laboratory by Thomas Commerford Martin

EXPORT - AMERICAN INDUSTRIES

March, 1916
Tesla's Million Dollar Mystery

FACTS

May 27, 1899 p. 14
Leonard E. Curtis Gives Dinner at El Paso Clut. Character Sketch

FORTUNE

May, 1937 p. 64
Tesla - Off The Record

HARPERS BAZAAR

February, 1902 p. 282
Portrait of Tesla

HARPERS WEEKLY

July 11, 1891 p. 524
Tesla Experiments - Electric Lamps Fed From Space

HOCHFREQUENZTECHNIK UND ELEKTROAKUSTIK

February, 1933 p. 41-43
Nikola Tesla by J. Zenneck

INST. of ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING, London

1944, Vol. 90, No. 35 p. 457
Nikola Tesla, Memoir by W. H. Eccles

LA NATURE

August 1, 1936 p. 140
Nikola Tesla

March 15, 1939 p. 162-166
Sur Les Chemins De La De'Couverte L'oeuvre de Nicola Tesla

L'ELECTRICIEN

April 27, 1895 p. 270
The Burning of Tesla's Laboratory

July 3, 1897 p. 11
Marconi et Tesla

LIBERTY

February 9, 1935 p. 5-7
A Machine to End War by Nikola Tesla as told to George Sylvester Viereck

LITERARY DIGEST

December 4, 1915 p. 1305
Dreams That Come True

April 29, 1916 p. 1213-1214
Tesla's Million-Dollar Mystery

September 8, 1917 p. 25
The Last of Tesla's Tower

July 29, 1933 p. 9
They Stand Out From the Crowd; Nikola Tesla

July 28, 1934 p. 18
Why “Death-Rays” Do Not Work, Though Many Are Invented

MENSCH UND SCHICKSAL (Austria)

January 13, 1953
Portrat eines Technomagiers by Engineer Lambert Binder

MINING & SCIENTIFIC PRESS

May 9, 1896
On Apparatus for Cathography by Nikola Tesla

MODERN ELECTRICS

May, 1912
Portrait; Nikola Tesla

September, 1912
Nikola Tesla - biographical sketch

MOUNTAIN SUNSHINE

July-August, 1899 p. 33
Tesla's Work Explained

NATURE (London)

April 7, 1928 p. 535-536
Production and Application of High Voltages in the Laboratory
by S. Brlit and M. A. Tuve

March 15, 1939 p. 162-166
Sur les chemins de la decouverte l'oeuvre de Nikola Tesla
by H. Turpain

February 13, 1943 p. 189-190
Obituary Memorial
by Dr. W. H. Eccles

NEW SCIENCE REVIEW

July, 1894
Nikola Tesla and His Works by Luit. F. Jarvis Patten

NEWSWEEK

July 21, 1934 p. 25
Tesla: Inventor Has Scheme for Dealing Out Death Wholesale

January 18, 1943 p. 68-69
Obituary

November 20, 1944
Tesla, Profit of Tomorrow

OUTLOOK

March 9, 1895 p. 384-386
Electric Light of the Future by W. T. Stephenson

PEARSON'S MAGAZINE (London)

May, 1899 p. 470-476
The New Wizard of the West

PHILOSOPHICAL MAGAZINE

January, 1916 p. 62-74
On the Most Effective Primary Capacity for Tesla Coils by W. Morris Jones

PHYSICAL REVIEW

May, 1894
Nikola Tesla's Inventions, Researches and Writings

POPULAR SCIENCE

July, 1900 p. 324-326
Increasing Human Energy

February 1901 p. 436,437
Tesla's Science

July, 1927 p. 9-10
Wireless Power - The Next Great Invention

December, 1934
Simplified Tesla Coils by Kenneth M. Swezey

PRACTICAL ELECTRICS

July, 1922
Tesla's Electrolytic Clock

PROCEEDINGS OF THE A.I.E.E. (supplement)

June, 1917 p. 156-157
Edison Medal Presented to Nikola Tesla

PROCEEDINGS OF THE I.R.B.

May, 1943 p. 194
Biographical Sketch of Nikola Tesla

PROGRESS OF THE WORLD

June, 1896
The Inventions of Nikola Tesla

RADIO BROADCAST

April, 1926
Nikola Tesla; Portrait

RADIO CRAFT

February, 1943 p. 264-265, 307-310
Nikola Tesla by Hugo Gernsback

September, 1943 p. 721
Tesla Saw Radar First?

READER

October, 1905 p. 573
Nikola Tesla; Portrait

READERS DIGEST

July, 1947 p. 129-132
Strange Genius; Nikola Tesla by Harland Manchester (from an article in The Baltimore Sunday Sun, April 27, 1947)

REVIEW OF REVIEW'S

August, 1894 p. 215
Tesla - by F. J. Patten

September, 1895 p. 293-294
New Development in Power Transmission

April, 1896 p. 476
Tesla's Work in Rotengen Rays

April, 1897 p. 476
Electric Power Transmission

June, 1901 p. 702-703
Inventions of Tesla by J. S. Ames

April, 1902 p. 423
Portrait of Tesla

REVUE MECANIQUE

June 3O, 1914 p. 538-
The Tesla Turbine by Prof. E. Merigeault

ROTARIAN

February, 1939 p. 15
Portrait

SATURDAY REVIEW OF LITERATURE

December 9, 1944 p. 15
Mystic-Minded Genius (review of John J. O'Neill's book. "Prodigal Genius, The Life of Nikola Tesla" by David O. Woodbury)

SCIENCE

September 21, 1900 p. 447-451
Discussion of article in the Century magazine for June, 1900

November 2, 1900 p. 684.685
Discussion of article in the Century magazine for June, 1900

SCIENCE and INVENTION

December, 1921 p. 722,775
Tesla Air-Friction Speed Indicator

February, 1922 p. 912-913, 957-959
An Interview with Nikola Tesla by H. Winfield Secor

April, 1927 p. 1100
Famous Inventors I Have Interviewed by H. Winfield Secor

April, 1930 p. 1077, 1124-1126
Tesla Maps Our Electrical Future by H. Winfield Secor

SCIENCE MONTHLY

April, 1943 p. 378-380
Tribute to Tesla by Edwin H. Armstrong

SCIENCE NEWS LETTER

October 8, 1938 p. 238
Reference to Compass in 13th Century Poem

SCIENTIFIC AMERICAN

February 27, 1892 p. 132
Tesla's Wonderful Experiments

March 12, 1892 p. 168
Tesla at the Royal Institution

March 26, 1892 p. 195-196
Tesla's Experiments of Currents of High Frequency and High Potential

October 14, 1893 p. 245
Action of the Eye

March 23, 1895 p. 185
Loss of Laboratory

November 19, 1898 p. 326
Tesla's Wireless Boat

p. 330
Transmission of Power Through the Air Without Wires; Tesla's Invention by J. Trowbridge

February 2, 1901 p. 67
Tesla's Wireless Light

November 30, 1901 p. 348
Recent Tesla Patents

June 4, 1904 (supplement)
Transmission of Energy Without Wires (see also Electrical World for March 5, 1904 for same article)

September 30, 1911 p. 296-297
The Tesla Steam Turbine

February 13, 1915 p. 162
Nikola Tesla's Fountain

June 5, 1915 p. 537,576-577
Some Personal Recollections by Nikola Tesla

March, 1934 p. 132-134,163-165
Possibilities of Electrostatic Generators

p. 115
Biographical Sketch

April, 1934 p. 205
Nikola Tesla Writes (regarding Electrostatic Generators)

SOCIETE FRANCAISE des ELECTRICIENS

February, 1951 p. 85-99
The Life and Work of Nikola Tesla by Prof. Al. Damianovitch

SPECTATOR

February 6, 1892 p. 193
Electric Light and Electric Force: Experiments at the Royal Institution by Nikola Tesla

SUCCESS

November 4, 1898
Nikola Tesla

TECHNICAL WORLD

February, 1912 p. 658-665
Powerful Turbine a Mere Toy
by Henry Jevons

TIME

July 20th, 1931 p. 27,30
Tesla at 75 (cover illustrating of painting of Tesla by the Princess Lwoff-Parlaghy)

July 23, 1934 p. 48-49
Tesla's Ray

January 18, 1943 p. 89
Obituary

November 27, 1944 p. 88,90,92
Superman of the Waldorf

TRANSACTIONS OF THE A.I.E.E.

1888 p. 305-327
Tesla's Lecture on a New System of Alternate Current Motors and Transformers

1889 p. 49-50
Tesla as participant on discussion of Modern Electrical Theories

1890 p. 19-29
Tesla as participant on discussion of Transformers

p. 118-126
Tesla as participant on discussion of Alternating Current Apparatus

1891 p. 266-319
Experiments with Alternating Currents of Very High Frequency, and their Application to methods of Artificial Illumination.

p. 473-476
Mr. Tesla on Dynamos

p. 590-592
Pupin on Polyphase Generators

1893 p. 357-376
Resonator Construction

p. 395-398
Tesla on Electrical Resonance

p. 587-589
Oscillator Description

WESTERN ELECTRICIAN

November 26, 1898 p. 296
Repremanding letter to the Editor of the Electrical Engineer of New York because of advance publication of lecture

p. 301
Tesla Describes His Investigations (article from the New York Sun)
Transmission of Power Through the Air Without Wires by Professor John Trowbridge

December 10, 1898 p. 332
Poem, and several editorial remarks from Colliers and the Minneapolis Times

May 20, 1899 p. 285
Tesla's Visit to Chicago; Text of Lecture

January 5, 1901 p. 8A
Tesla's Twentieth-Century Views

February 2, 1901 p. 79
Tesla's Vacuum Tube Lighting

March 9, 1901 p. 166
Tesla's Vacuum Tube Lighting

January 12, 1901 p. 33
Tesla Has Message From the Stars

March 30, 1901 p. 222
Criticism of article by Professor Holden

September 14, 1901 p. 166
Tesla's High Potential Work

November 2, 1901 p. 291
Increasing the Intensity of Electrical Oscillations

November 16, 1901 p. 322-323,326
Tesla's Utilization of Electrical Effects of Radiant Energy

November 22, 1902 p. 360-361
Tesla Motor Patents in Litigation

March 7, 1903 p. 191-192
Tesla Split-Phase Patents Not Infringed

March 28, 1903 p. 240-241
Tesla Double-Circuit Selective Space Telegraph System

February 13, 1904 p. 127
Tesla Patents in Litigation

February 27, 1904 p. 172
Tesla Patents in Litigation

March 26, 1904 p. 253
Tesla Split-Phase Patents in Litigation

April 9, 1904 p. 292-293
Tesla Patents In Litigation

October 1, 1904 p. 272-273
Tesla Patents Upheld in Stanley Instrument Case

November 12, 1904 p. 394
Book Review of "Experiments with Alternating Current of High Potential and High Frequency

March 4, 1905 p. 172
Tesla Synchronous Motor Patents Upheld

April 29, 1905 p. 337
Announcement of formation of Tesla Machine Company

May 6, 1905 p. 352
Tesla's Method of Transmission of Electrical Energy Through Space

July 13, 1907 p. 37
Tesla on Martian Signaling (see also Harvard Illustrated Magazine, and the New York Times for June 23, 1907)

September 28, 1907 p. 238-240
Dynamo-Electric Machinery by Bernard A. Behrend

February 18, 1908 p. 125
Tesla on Wireless Telegraphy (see also the New York Times for January 26, 1908)

WESTERN ELECTRICIAN merged with ELECTRICAL REVIEW of New York and entitled the ELECTRICAL REVIEW AND WESTERN ELECTRICIAN

WORLD TODAY

February, 1912 p. 1763-1767
Nikola Tesla, Dreamer by A. L. Benson

WORLD'S WORK

March, 1912 p. 543-548
The Tesla Turbine by Frank Parker 5tockbridge

NEWSPAPERS

AMERICAN SRBOBRAN

October 21, 1953
Wizard of Fifth Avenue... Dr. Nikola Tesla by L. I. Anderson

BALTIMORE SUNDAY SUN

April 21, 1947
Strange Genius: Nikola Tesla by Harland Manchester (see Reader's Digest, July, 1941, for reprint of this article)

CHICAGO TRIBUNE

February 23, 1903
Tesla As A Wizard - About to Amaze the World With His Magic

June 7, 1903
New Wireless Telegraph Is Tesla's Secret

July 22, 1934
The Death Ray Bobs Up Again

COLORADO SPRINGS EVENING TELEGRAPH

July 14, 1935
Tesla, Great Wizard of Electricity Once Resident Here.

July 10, 1936
Nikola Tesla, Noted Scientist, Celebrates His 79th Birthday. Made Tests Here 1899 to 1906.

COLORADO SPRINGS GAZETTE

May 18, 1899 p. 5
Nikola Tesla and his Discoveries

May 27, 1899
L. E. Curtis gives Tesla Dinner

January 9, 1901 p. 5
A Little Less Than 2 Years Ago Here

p. 7
Nikola Tesla and his Talk With Other Worlds

March 9, 1901 p. 4
Editorial re. Professor Holden's Opinion of Tesla's Theories

October 30, 1903 p. 1
Nikola Tesla to Return

April 6, 1904 p. 3
Issued Nikola Tesla

July 2, 1904 p. 5
Building to be sold for old lumber - A bit of history

September 6, 1905 p. 5
Says does not owe Duffner

November 19, 1905 p. 5
Duffner Gets Judgement

March 10, 1906 p. 5
Tesla's Fixtures in Sheriff's Sale

May 30, 1924 p. 1
Tesla Discovered Death Ray in Experiments He Made Here

May 31, 1924 p. 18
Tesla Developed Wireless Here

January 9, 1943 p. 7
Death of Tesla, Radio Genius, Recalls Early Research Here

NEW YORK HERALD TRIBUNE

April 23, 1893
Nikola Tesla and His Wonderful Discoveries

December 31, 1895
Tesla on Electricity Without Wires (see also the Electrical Engineer of New York, January 8, 1896)

November 13, 1898
Tesla's Recent Invention in Wireless Transmission of Power

January 26, 1919
The Moon's Rotation by Nikola Tesla

February 23, 1919
The Moon's Rotation by Nikola Tesla

July 19, 1931 Sect IV, p. 1-2
Nikola Tesla Envisioned Present Electrical Era 40 Years Ago by Kenneth M. Swezey

July 24, 1934
Tesla on Rays

NEW YORK JOURNAL

August 4, 1897
Tesla's High Voltage Discharges (see also the Electrical Engineer of New York, August 5, 1897)

NEW YORK SUN

November 21, 1898
Future Weapons of War by Nikola Tesla

November 27, 1904
Caustic Letter from Tesla

July 16, 1905
Tesla on the Peary North Pole Expedition

December 20, 1914
Tesla on World War I

NEW YORK TIMES

April 28, 1894 p. 21
Tesla by L. G. Tawksbury

March 14, 1895 p. 2
Tesla's Electric Works Burned; Tesla's Career, Portrait

March 31, 1895 p. 13
Oscillator Description by G. H. Guy

June 23, 1907
A Letter From Tesla Discusses His Own Achievements and Those of Bell and Edison

January 268, 1908
Tesla on Wireless Telegraphy (see also Western Electrician for February 18, 1908 p. 125)

August 1, 1915 IV, 11:1
Interviewed; Tesla Visions Wireless Wonders

August 4, 1915 8:1
Sued (the Marconi Wireless Telegraph Co. of America) by Nikola Tesla for infringement of patent

August 6, 1915 7:2
Tesla asks that part of answer to suit be stricken out

August 11, 1915 5:1
Judge Hand Strikes Out as Impertinent Par. II of Company's Answer

October 3, 1915 II, 14:1
Patent to Eliminate Static Disturbances

October 4, 1915 4:3
Amends Statement on Wireless Telephone

November 6, 1915 1:4
May Receive Nobel Prize in Physics

November 7, 1915 II, 17:3
Statement on Transmission of Energy; Will Illuminate Ocean

December 8, 1915 8:3
Seeks to Patent Wireless Engine for Destroying Navies by Pulling a Lever, Calls Plan of C. H. Harris Impracticable.

March 2, 1916 11:6
Portrait Painted by Princess Lwoff-Parlaghy on View.

March 18, 1916 18:3
Denies Owning Property in Suit to Collect Taxes

July 27, 1916 5:6
Marconi Wireless Telegraph Co. of America Files Answer to Patent Suit of Nikola Tesla

January 18, 1919 11:12
Article in current issue of Electrical Experimenter magazine

February 3, 1919 14:3
Editorial on Views on Wireless to the Stars

September 3, 1921 4:4
Comments on Marconi's Belief That Planet Mars Flashes Signals to Earth

April 17, 1922 8:3
Referee in Bolt Proceedings to Foreclose Mortgage Recommends Sale of His Land

May 28, 1924 14:1
Judgement for $3,299 Filed Against Tesla in Suit Brought by St. Regis Hotel Company

June 14, 1925 7:1
R. J. Hawkins Files Judgement for Legal Services

April 15, 1927 8:3
Nursing Sick Birds His Hobby

February 22, 1928 18:4
Gets Patent on Helicopter-Airplane

September 26, 1929 24:2
Machine Invented by Tesla and Coils Shown at Radio World's Fair

July 5, 1931 II, 1:6
In Interview Predicts New Power Source

July 11, 1931 15:1
In Interview on 75th Birthday. Says He Has Developed Means for Transmitting Energy From One Planet to Another

October 19, 1931 27:5
Tribute to Thomas A. Edison

November 8, 1931 II. 1:3
Describes His Invention of Sea Power Plant

February 6, 1932 16:8
Letter On His Own Discoveries

February 24, 1932 20:6
Letter On His Cosmic Ray Theory

July 10, 1932 19:1
76th Birthday Interview, Invention

September 7, 1932 7:3
On High-frequency Currents as Curative Agent; to American Congress of Physical Therapy

July 11, 1933 19:5
77th Birthday Interview

April 8, 1934 X, 9:1
Interview on Radio Science

July 10, 1934 19:5
Will Celebrate 78th Birthday

July 11, 1934 18:1
Interview On New Death Beam; Portrait

October 21, 1934 IV, 5:4
Letter of Tribute to King Alexander of Yugoslavia

February 6, 1935 21:2
Gives Home to Errant Pigeon That Flew Into Window

July 7, 1935 II, 4:3
Will Observe 79th Birthday

July 11, 1935 23:8
Birthday; Reveals Scheme to Send Mechanical Energy Over World

May 29, 1936 9:6
Birthday Observed in Yugoslavia; Gets Grand Cross of Order of White Eagle

June 4, 1936 11:2
Group of Scientists Visit Birthplace

July 11, 1936 13:2
Celebrates 80th Birthday; Predicts Wireless System of Power Transmission

July 12, 1936 IV, 8:4
Editorial

May 1, 1937 21:3
Hires Western Union Boy to Feed Pigeons

July 11, 1937 II, 1:2
81st Birthday Celebration; Gets Orders From Yugoslav & Czeckoslovak Governments, Portraits

July 18, 1937 XI, 12:7
Postage Stamp Issued by Yugoslavia

May 12, 1938 26:1
Gets Immagrant Welfare Institute Scroll

July 10, 1938 26:2
82nd Birthday Postponed to Permit Perfection of Invention

September 22, 1940 II, 7:2
On Plans for Electric Ray to Destroy Attacking Planes

July 10, 1941 15:1
85th Birthday, Plans

January 8, 1943 19:1
Death; Portrait

January 9, 1943 12:2
Editorial

January 13, 1943 24:2
Funeral

January 17, 1943 VIII, 8:3
Yugoslavia Commerative Stamp Issued

January 22, 1943 26:1
Died Intestate

January 18, 1953
News of the World in Stamps;
New Stamp Issue, Portrait of Tesla on Yugoslavian 15-d red and 30-d blue

NEW YORK TRIBUNE

April 15, 1895
Tesla's Electric Oscillator

March 11, 1896
Nikola Tesla Comments on X-Rays

March 20, 1896
Tesla's Researches in X-Rays

March 27, 1896
Tesla's Researches in X-Rays

April 9, 1896
Tesla's Improved Methods in X-Rays

April 18, 1896
Tesla's Researches in X-Rays

September 13, 1896
Tesla's Oscillator

September 30, 1896
Rapid Vibrations Machine

December 2, 1896
Tesla's Researches in X-Rays

January 7, 1898
Vacuum Tube Lighting

October 27, 1898
Electric Currents

March 30, 1899
Wireless Telegraphy

April 9, 1899
If the Air Should Burn Up

April 23, 1899 III, p. 5
Vessel Controlling Invention

May 19, 1899
What Colorado Experiments May Lead To

September 20, 1899
What Colorado Experiments May Lead To

January 26, 1919
Famous Scientific Illusions by Nikola Tesla

February 23, 1919
The Moon's Rotation by Nikola Tesla

NEW YORK WORLD TELEGRAM

July 24, 1934
Tesla on Death Rays

THE WORLD

July 22, 1894
Interview with Tesla by Arthur Brisbane

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